Alice & the Small Comforts

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May 2016
Free

Alice & the Small Comforts

May 13 @ 5:30 pm - May 29 @ 4:00 pm
Tactile Arts Gallery,
19 Conacher Street
Fannie Bay, NT 0820 Australia
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Hope - horizon in the Pool of Tears (detail)  by Elizabeth Close

This solo exhibition of glass works by Elizabeth Close explores the themes and enduring images of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland through the looking glass of one hundred and fifty years. “Alice is now an old woman but she has her memories; a small comfort in her old age”, says Close. The exhibition pieces are made of kiln-formed glass employing a variety of techniques including cast, fuse, slump, pate de verre and leadlight. Image:  Hope - horizon in the Pool of…

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June 2016
Free

Sightlines

June 3 @ 5:30 pm - June 19 @ 4:00 pm
Tactile Arts Gallery,
19 Conacher Street
Fannie Bay, NT 0820 Australia
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Sightlines is an exhibition of new works by artists from The Free Space Studio; an inclusive and supportive visual arts studio based at Darwin Community Arts, which is focused on the development of studio skills for artists with disabilities. Sightlines is an expression of individual and personal ways of seeing the world; with the group of artists covering a wide array of subject matter related to: family, the environment, home, cultural identity, and abstract expression through mark making. The exhibition…

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Free

Memory, Dream, Myth

June 24 @ 5:30 pm - July 10 @ 4:00 pm
Tactile Arts Gallery,
19 Conacher Street
Fannie Bay, NT 0820 Australia
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Redback Gorge by Linda Joy - Copy

Ingrid Gersmanis, Kate Fernyhough, Linda Joy, Marita Albers, Sugita Wahl, Gerald Clapham, Janet Graham, Kerrie White, Sonia Martignon. Myths and dreams are thought to be distortions of our memory.  The things we see, hear, smell, taste and touch blend together and etch into our subconscious.  What we can retrieve from these corners of our mind are rarely perfectly captured like a photograph.  Rather they are a successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that collide to create our own personal…

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October 2016
Free

Adaption / Hyper Transformation

October 28 @ 5:30 pm - November 13 @ 4:00 pm
Tactile Arts Gallery,
19 Conacher Street
Fannie Bay, NT 0820 Australia
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James Gummow-Kylie Wallace-Smith

An exhibition of work by early career artists James Gummow and Kylie Wallace-Smith reflecting on the processes of change, adapting to new environments and the idea transformation through alterations of form, appearance, nature and character.  A contrasting yet oddly harmonious hyper environment is created with soft-made sculpture and vividly expressive paintings. Image:  "Untitled" by James Gummow (left) and Kylie Wallace-Smith (right)

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